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Types of Test case Templates

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Test Case
What is meant by Test Case.
Test case is a description of what to be tested, what data to be given and what actions to be done to check the actual result against the expected result. Test Cases are valuable because they are repeatable, reproducible under the same environments

characteristics of good test case :


TC should start with what you are testing TC should be independent. TC should not contain If statements. TC should be uniform. E.g.. <Action Buttons> , Links

Test Case Templates


The following are the different Test case Templates used in Fidelity Projects. JBU Format (Dot format) Excel Format (General format) Test Director Format OTR Format (Online Test Repository format) Word Format

JBU Format
This Format consists of the following columns. Test Conditions : Test case description or condition to verify. Test case ID : Assign a Identification number consistent throughout

Results (expected result) : What is the expected behavior


No. of Cycles /Pass or Fail : End result Pass or Fail Normal/Abnormal/Boundary conditions.

JBU Format (Dot Format-1)

JBU Format (Dot Format-2)

JBU Format (Dot Format-3)

Excel Format
This Format consists of the following columns. User Type : Single user/Client, Multi user/Multi Client . User ID : SSN #
OR PIN #

Scenario :
Action / Steps : Action or Steps to perform test case. Expected Results : Expected behavior of the test case Tester, Pass/Fail, Notes.

Excel Format (General)

Test Director Format


This Format consists of the following columns.
This format is extracted from Test Director S/W, we can upload directly to The Test Director tool.

Step number : Test case number like Step 1, Step 2. Description : Test case description or Action Steps Expected Results : Expected behavior of the test case

Test Director Format

OTR Format (1)


This Format consists of the following columns.
This template allow the OTR to present the test cases over the web and run automatic reports. It consists of number of columns.The Standard columns are : TestcaseID :Do not populate this field. The database will do the numbering once the cases are loaded.

TCIdentifier :[Required Field] This is where you number/identify


your cases any way you want to. People all seem to label their cases differently, and this is where you do it. Functional Category :[Required Field] Once your project comes up with a list of the functional categories youll be using, add the appropriate one to each of your testcases here.

OTR Format (2)


TCStatus [Required Field] The OTR has the following available statuses: Master Case, New, Pass, Fail, Invalid, and Deferred. Scenario [Required Field] Commonly referred to as Testcase Description,

this is where you describe what you are doing in your testcase in a
general way. Specific instructions regarding the case can be put in the Procedures (or steps) column Expected Results This is where you describe what should happen from performing the scenario.

OTR Format (3)


Procedures Explicit steps that one needs to follow for the execution/validation of the test case. This ensures that the scenario is executed in a specific way if it is important to the test case. Plan : Enter the plan number relevant for this test case if

applicable.
SSN :Enter the SSN number relevant for this test case if applicable. Clone :Enter the Clone relevant for this test case if applicable. Test Environment :Enter the Test Environment relevant for this test case if applicable.

OTR Format (4)


CustomName1, CustomName2, CustomName3 Leave these fields blank. This is where the testers record their feedback to you. You should rename one or more of these fields to make it more apparent like Actual Results, Comments, and Notes, but you can name these fields anything youd like.

Execution Date & Cycle :[One or the other is Required] As a


group, every one whos creating testcases for your project should. Tester :[Required Field] Enter the testers name, badge, or whatever in here.

OTR Format (Online Test Repository)

OTR Format (Online Test Repository)

Word Format